Capitol News – TV news videos – 24 July 2013

Capitol News – TV news videos – 24 July 2013

  • OP claims inclusion of the “terrorist” tagline in President Ramotar’s transcript was a mistake
  • Ram, Gaskin call for Amaila Falls Hydro Project negotiations to restart from scratch
  • Regional Research Organization survey shows that Guyanese are either tolerant or accepting of homosexuals
  • Amazon Warriors prepare for Limacol Caribbean Premier League 20/20 tournament

Links to TV News stories below:

OP claims inclusion of the “terrorist” tagline in President Ramotar’s transcript was a mistake
Posted: 24 Jul 2013 04:37 PM PDT   It is true that the President’s televised address to the nation does not contain the word terrorist or terrorism; however, what the President said on TV is different from the transcript released by the Government Information Agency, GINA, which the President has authority over. Now GINA headlined the President’s address with the words “An act […]

Ram, Gaskin call for Amaila Falls Hydro Project negotiations to restart from scratchPosted: 24 Jul 2013 04:36 PM PDT   The Amaila Falls Hydro Project should go back to international tendering, the parliamentary representatives should not support it as presently configured and there must be a host of other conditions to be met before it can even come close to being approved. This is according to Social activist and former power Company Head, Ramon Gaskin. […]
Regional Research Organization survey shows that Guyanese are either tolerant or accepting of homosexualsPosted: 24 Jul 2013 04:35 PM PDT  – According to the study conducted by the Caribbean Development Research Services, most persons believe that being homosexual is a matter of choice. Director of the organization Peter Wickham during a summary presentation of the data collected, point out that the research shows that almost half of Guyana’s population knows someone who is gay. University of […]

 

Amazon warriors prepare for Limacol Caribbean Premier League 20/20 tournamentPosted: 24 Jul 2013 04:34 PM PDT

Cricket: The Limacol Caribbean Premier League 20/20 tournament is just a week away from the bowling of the first ball and Guyana’s franchise team The Amazon warriors are in full practice mode at the Providence stadium. Capitol News spoke with assistant Coach of the Guyana team, former West Indies fast bowler Curtly Ambrose and he […]
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